Since time immemorial, these magnificent country houses on the other side of the Tagus River were used by the highest Toledo nobility as recreational houses, for stays outside the hot city in summer times.
In the area of La Bastida, on the left bank of the Tagus, emerges this imposing 882 m² construction on 3 floors; the building was updated at the beginning of the s.XX and retains a certain art deco air in its decoration and the distribution of its interior spaces, with colorful hydraulic tile floors, wrought iron railings and stairs and very spacious and bright spaces.Most of the rooms are distributed around a central patio, with a skylight and galleries on the first and second floors, which lead to the upper rooms.It still conserves some of its stained glass windows, in the corridors and stairs area.
Its exterior facades offer a sober design, where only the large windows on its façades and the leaded glass canopy that cover the main door stand out.This area opens to the garden with an old iron pergola and as a balcony, it offers an impressive panoramic view of the river and the historic center of Toledo.
At the back of the building there are other constructions for agricultural work, a house for guards, an old waterwheel, and a large dovecote built in brick from the era that recalls a medieval tower, for its small battlements.
The land surrounding the construction is fenced with a stone wall and has 27.000 m² of surface.
In short, an excellent property that offers the opportunity to invest in Heritage, in one of the cities with the most cultural tourism in Spain; and due to its proximity to Madrid, twenty minutes away by high-speed train, it may be the perfect option to turn it into a first residence.